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His Epitaph

A poet lieth here quite often:
When not about, he’s in his coffin.

O.O

Poetry

Gravestones of Livingstone Family Members

I’ve recently posted about the Livingstone family members gravestones which were moved from the old Blantyre Works Cemetery to the David Livingstone Centre Grounds during the 1960s. 406 more words

Blantyre Places

Day 232 - 365

Day 232 – 365 / August 20th 2015

It’s been a little while sine our cemetery featured i a “365 Project” image.

I have bee intrigued by this grave for a little while. 120 more words

365

Parched Grass


It’s such a hot summer that I don’t know

which flowers to bring you

Everything dries up so fast

gets parched and wrinkled in the heat… 87 more words

Poetry

Skeuomorphic & Ceramic Death

Archaeologists are very familiar with the use of ceramic containers to hold the cremated dead for display, storage, transportation and/or burial. Sometimes ‘urn burial’ has been adopted to contain the fragmented unburned dead and there are even archaeological and ethnographic cases of very large urns used to contain unburned adult-sized bodies for burial. 301 more words

Archaeologies Of Death And Memory